When you’re at Little Nonna’s, the newest restaurant by 13th Street entrepreneurs Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran located in the heart of the Gayborhood, you’ll feel like you are in good hands.
PhillyGayCalendar’s own Brian Martenis, an International Incentive Travel Planner, shares some insider foodie trends with our readers!
PhillyGayCalendar celebrates the coming-out stories of Philadelphia-area LGBTQ citizens leading up to the city’s OutFest celebration in October. Dave Bautista, 32, was born in the Philippines, raised in Jacksonville, North Carolina and moved to Philadelphia in May 2009. He is a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and a consultant for a private rehab facility as a Detox Counselor.
PhillyGayCalendar had the chance to catch up with Frank Schierloh, a Philadelphia-based actor and performer, who stars in the upcoming FringeArts festival production of Bat Boy: The Musical.
Although many will miss Chip Alfred’s work at Equality Forum, there is no doubt that the community will continue to reap the benefits of his talent as he joins Philadelphia FIGHT.
The Philadelphia Fringe Festival is in full swing, running Sept. 5-22, 2013. There are a number of shows with gay content or are of interest to LGBT. This includes several shows for the transgender community, and not just drag! Take a peek at some of what they have to offer.
SPOONING is a new biweekly column at PhillyGayCalendar featuring recipes for the home cook and food enthusiast. This installment features the sweet, smokey, and masculine-scented shishito pepper, sautéed and served warm!
The ‘Tres Gay’ Cote ‘Azur should be seen and experienced at least once by everyone, especially those of us with our extraordinary sense of what is truly enchanting.
Many reacted strongly to the news that the owners of Giovanni’s Room would be selling both the business and its physical storefront. Although there is the possibility that a new owner could purchase the business and continue operating the establishment as a gay bookstore, the chances are unlikely.
You’re walking to the Gayborhood when BAM! You’re surrounded by perky undergrads with clipboards, trying to get you to donate money to an organization. Is it me, or are these fundraisers not only annoying but ethically corrupt?